MP3 CDs are similar to audio books on CD, but the smaller MP3 file size allows the book to be contained on one CD, rather than multiple discs. Where can I play an MP3 CD?
MP3 CDs are played the same way as standard CDs, but in order to use this format your CD player must be MP3-compatible. Computer CD/DVD drives are already set to accept MP3 CDs. Newer personal and automobile CD/DVD players also have the ability to read MP3 CDs. Why would I want to borrow MP3 CDs?
The average audio book listener will love having only one disc to handle, rather than 8, 9, or 10, and there is no need to switch discs while driving, which means a more enjoyable listening experience and a much safer trip.
A Sampling of what we have available includes the following audio books:
- The Fault in our Stars
- Tears of a Tiger
- Looking for Alaska
- This Dark Endeavor
- The Outsiders
- Beautiful Darkness
- Who Moved My Cheese?
- Paper Towns
- Lightning Thief
- The works of Shakespeare
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- Confessions of a Murder Suspect
- Courage Has No Color: The True Story of the Triple Nickles.
- America's first Black Paratroopers